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Peek Announces Football Coaching Staff

Chattooga Football Head Coach Shawn Peek has released his coaching staff:

Chattooga Football Head Coach Shawn Peek has released his coaching staff:
Freddy Tidmore: Offensive Coordinator
Barry Shrader: Defensive Coordinator
Chris Hodges: Special Teams Coordinator
Nicky Peppers: Running Backs Coach /  College recruiting coordinator
Jo Reed Brumley: D-Line
Boone Wheeler: O-Line/ Tight Ends and Tackles
Luke Green: O-Line/ Guards and Center
Bradley Ward: Corners
Wade Lanier: Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coordinator
David Combs: Director of Football Operations
Dee Mosteller: Wide Recievers
Maurice Mosteller: Community Relations
When it comes to football, it’s never too early to start thinking about next year!

With the 2019 football season in the books for the Chattooga Indians, attention turns to how the schedule and region will look next year following reclassification and realignment and the new coaches.
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Chattooga’s 5-5 regular-season record included three region losses to Rockmart, Pepperell, and Model. Much to the relief of the region, Rockmart has been reclassified as a AAA school and departs Region 7AA after a dominating run. Along with their departure, the Armuchee Indians will be joining Trion in Region 6-A.
New Kid on the Block- the Rebels
Moving down from Region 7AAA to join Chattooga will be the Rebels of Fannin County. Following back-to-back 2-8 seasons, the Rebels were slowly turning the corner with a 4-6 campaign in 2018 and their first winning season of 6-5 in 2019. The third-place region finish was enough for the Rebels to make a playoff appearance before being reclassified as a AA school.
Pate Returns with the Phoenix
Chattooga will host scrimmage games in the Spring against LFO, and in the Fall against Notre Dame. Dropping from the schedule after a two-year arrangement are Heritage and Wesleyan, being replaced by two-year agreements with Pickens and the Phoenix of Sonoraville. The 2020 schedule will only feature SIX region games so Northwest Whitfield will fill out the regular-season “Non-conference” matchups.
Region games will begin on September 25th with Model, followed by Gordon Central, Coosa, Dade and then, newcomer Fannin County before finishing up the season with the traditional Pepperell game.

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Casie Bryant is the NW Georgia Regional Manager for AllOnGeorgia.

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